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Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay RiverWise Schools NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End ScienceSTEM RiverWise Schools combines watershed/STEM education with installations on school property that act as outdoor learning areas and keep pollution from entering nearby waterways.  Using environmental education helps break down the barriers to taking students outside and helps equip teachers with outdoor strategies which they can use no across all subject areas. Yes Yes Yes Meredeth Dash mdash@allianceforthebay.org 1.1 - Passion4Learning ; 1.2 - Literacy ; 1.3 - Curriculum;4.1 - Community Teams ; 4.8 - Out-of-School Time     Binford Middle SchoolJohn B. Cary Elementary SchoolLucille M. Brown Middle SchoolRiver City Middle School Wherever the need is greatest 6 During school time (i.e.,when classes are in session)After school time (i.e., after normal school hours)Summer programming (i.e., June-August)
Anthem Inc Anthem Inc NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End   health resources and information about Medicaid and the programs and services available No Yes Yes Geiselle Oyola geiselle.oyola@anthem.com 4.1 - Community Teams     Amelia Street SchoolArmstrong High SchoolBellevue Elementary SchoolElizabeth D. Redd Elementary SchoolFairfield Court Elementary SchoolG.H. Reid Elementary School      
Armstrong Leadership Program Armstrong Leadership Program East End Counseling/Social Emotional Learning youth development and support services No Yes No Yvette D. Rajput Yrajput@richmondhillva.org 3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices ; 3.2 - Restorative Justice ; 3.3 - Whole Child Supports ; 3.4 - Relationships ; 3.5 - Student Leaders ; 3.6 - Joy ; 3.8 - School Justice Collaborative;4.1 - Community Teams ; 4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.8 - Out-of-School Time     Armstrong High School Armstrong High School 9101112 After school time (i.e., after normal school hours)
Big Brothers Big Sisters Big Brothers Big Sisters NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End   One-to-one mentoring in a structured environment to build caring school climates and to create consistent, meaningful interactions between Bigs and Littles. Littles cultivate abilities to shape their own lives and create a commitment to learning.   No No Ellie Martinez hmartinez@bigbrobigsis.com 3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices ; 3.5 - Student Leaders ; 3.6 - Joy ; 3.8 - School Justice Collaborative;4.1 - Community Teams ; 4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.6 - Family academy ; 4.8 - Out-of-School Time     Chimborazo Elementary SchoolHenry L. Marsh, III Elementary SchoolJ.H. Blackwell Elementary School      
Blue Sky Fund Blue Sky Fund SouthsideEast End Science We would like to continue providing hands-on outdoor learning experiences to support academic success,
especially in the sciences (via the Explorers program) as well as after-school outdoor education programs
that expand horizons, increase resiliency and build collaboration (via our Outdoor Adventure Clubs). We
also have an outward bound type OST leadership program for high school students across the Richmond
metro area.
Yes Yes No Amanda Payne amanda@blueskyfund.org 1.3 - Curriculum ; 1.4 - Equity ; 1.7 - Alternative Education;3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices;4.8 - Out-of-School Time     Bellevue Elementary SchoolChimborazo Elementary SchoolElizabeth D. Redd Elementary SchoolFairfield Court Elementary SchoolFranklin Military SchoolGeorge W. Carver Elementary SchoolGinter Park Elementary SchoolHenry L. Marsh, III Elementary SchoolJ.H. Blackwell Elementary SchoolMiles J. Jones Elementary SchoolOak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary SchoolOverby-Sheppard Elementary SchoolSwansboro Elementary SchoolWestover Hills Elementary SchoolWoodville Elementary School Bellevue Elementary SchoolChimborazo Elementary SchoolElizabeth D. Redd Elementary SchoolFairfield Court Elementary SchoolFranklin Military SchoolGeorge W. Carver Elementary SchoolGinter Park Elementary SchoolHenry L. Marsh, III Elementary SchoolJ.H. Blackwell Elementary SchoolMiles J. Jones Elementary SchoolOak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary SchoolOverby-Sheppard Elementary SchoolSwansboro Elementary SchoolWestover Hills Elementary SchoolWoodville Elementary School 345678 During school time (i.e.,when classes are in session)After school time (i.e., after normal school hours)Summer programming (i.e., June-August)
Cadence Theatre Company STAGE WRITE student leadership and workforce readiness program NorthsideSouthsideEast End English/Language Arts The STAGE WRITE student leadership and workforce readiness program provides Richmond and regional high school students with an opportunity to gain experience in critical thinking, problem solving, communication skills, and teamwork through writing and performing narratives that are directly relevant to the issues they face in their own lives. Now in its sixth year, the program is based on pedagogy that demonstrates that performing arts training builds workforce readiness skills and lifelong personal strengths. STAGE WRITE is led by professional arts educators and involves a curriculum specially created for the program. Yes Yes No Laine Satterfield lainesatterfield7@gmail.com 1.1 - Passion4Learning ; 1.2 - Literacy ; 1.3 - Curriculum ; 1.4 - Equity;2.4 - Professional Development ; 2.5 - Equity and Inclusion;3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices ; 3.2 - Restorative Justice ; 3.4 - Relationships ; 3.5 - Student Leaders;4.4 - Mentorship     Armstrong High SchoolFranklin Military SchoolGeorge Wythe High SchoolHuguenot High SchoolJohn Marshall High SchoolRichmond Community High School Armstrong High SchoolFranklin Military SchoolGeorge Wythe High SchoolHuguenot High SchoolJohn Marshall High SchoolOpen High SchoolRichmond Alternative SchoolRichmond Community High SchoolRichmond Technical CenterThomas Jefferson High School 9101112 During school time (i.e.,when classes are in session)
Celebrate RVA Birthday Celebrations SouthsideEast End   In-person or birthday bag delivery for every child in RPS who wishes to have their birthday celebrated. No No No Julia Warren julia@celebraterva.org 3.6 - Joy     Chimborazo Elementary SchoolFairfield Court Elementary SchoolHenry L. Marsh, III Elementary SchoolJ.H. Blackwell Elementary SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. Middle SchoolMiles J. Jones Elementary SchoolOak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary SchoolWoodville Elementary School      
Church Hill Activities & Tutoring After School Program East End Counseling/Social Emotional LearningEnglish/Language ArtsHealth/Physical Education CHAT provides enrolled students with a trusted network of adults and peers for fun recreation, full dinner, meaningful social-emotional learning, homework and reading help.

We host program multiple nights per week.
Yes Yes Yes Willis Weber willis.weber@chatrichmond.org 3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices ; 3.3 - Whole Child Supports ; 3.4 - Relationships ; 3.5 - Student Leaders ; 3.6 - Joy;4.1 - Community Teams ; 4.2 - Home Visits ; 4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.6 - Family academy ; 4.8 - Out-of-School Time     Chimborazo Elementary SchoolFairfield Court Elementary SchoolFranklin Military SchoolHenry L. Marsh, III Elementary SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. Middle SchoolWoodville Elementary School Chimborazo Elementary SchoolFairfield Court Elementary SchoolFranklin Military SchoolHenry L. Marsh, III Elementary SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. Middle SchoolWoodville Elementary School K12345678 After school time (i.e., after normal school hours)Summer programming (i.e., June-August)
For Richmond For Richmond NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End   We tend to take our cues from RPS, responding to what you say is important or needed. I would need to put some additional thought into specific programming or initiatives and because we're a network, I would need the input of our network leaders. I'll update this more at a later time. Yes Yes Yes Anna Shenk anna@forrichmond.org 4.1 - Community Teams ; 4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.6 - Family academy;5.3 - Advocacy ; 5.4 - Equitable Funding       Wherever the need is greatest Wherever the need is greatest During school time (i.e.,when classes are in session)After school time (i.e., after normal school hours)Summer programming (i.e., June-August)As part of Saturday Academy (Dreamers Academy)
Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia Membership NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End ArtsHealth/Physical EducationHistory/Social ScienceScienceSTEMEarly Childhood Education We are adjusting program events and activities and expanding online resources to better support girls and adult volunteers during COVID-19. Our council is now offering Girl Scout Leadership Experience events and activities in three categories: • in person • online • self guided  subscription boxes. No Yes No Christine Hodges chodges@comgirlscouts.org 3.4 - Relationships ; 3.5 - Student Leaders ; 3.6 - Joy ; 3.8 - School Justice Collaborative;4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.6 - Family academy     Barack Obama Elementary SchoolBroad Rock Elementary SchoolCardinal Elementary SchoolElizabeth D. Redd Elementary SchoolG.H. Reid Elementary SchoolGeorge W. Carver Elementary SchoolGinter Park Elementary SchoolJ.B. Fisher Elementary SchoolJ.H. Blackwell Elementary SchoolJ.L. Francis Elementary SchoolJohn B. Cary Elementary SchoolLinwood Holton Elementary SchoolMary Munford Elementary SchoolMiles J. Jones Elementary SchoolOak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary SchoolOverby-Sheppard Elementary SchoolSouthampton Elementary SchoolSwansboro Elementary SchoolWestover Hills Elementary SchoolWilliam Fox Elementary School      
Girls For A Change Girl Action Team / Immersion Lab NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End Certifications College Credits Counseling/Social Emotional LearningSTEMWorld Languages Girls For A Change's Girl Action Teams are the foundation of intentional efforts to support our middle and high school girls by providing them with experiences and exposure, introduction to soft skills, approaches to achieve and sustain social-emotional wellness, and an introduction to the social change process. Girls who participate in Girl Action Teams learn skills including teamwork, time management, identifying community challenges, revealing root causes, and applying that knowledge to develop projects that make a change along with stakeholders, advocates, and community leaders. 


Girls For A Change has a solid approach to reach the goal of preparing talented and qualified young women of color for the future of work, to close the digital divide, achieve crossover/hybrid job skills training, more visible employment opportunities, gain economic self-sufficiency, and contribute to Richmond’s growth and prosperity. The Immersion Lab uses best practices for working with all girls of color by focusing on a “customized approach” that uses boosting confidence, relationship building, a focus on sisterhood, mentoring and extensive exploration of the “whole girl” vs. a mass production process. 
No Yes Yes Angela Patton inf0@girlsforachange.org 2.2 - Diverse Teachers ; 2.4 - Professional Development ; 2.5 - Equity and Inclusion ; 2.6 - University Partnerships ; 2.7 - Celebration ; 2.8 - RVA Incentives;3.4 - Relationships ; 3.5 - Student Leaders ; 3.6 - Joy ; 3.8 - School Justice Collaborative;4.1 - Community Teams ; 4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.8 - Out-of-School Time     Albert Hill Middle SchoolArmstrong High SchoolBinford Middle SchoolGeorge Wythe High SchoolHuguenot High SchoolJohn Marshall High SchoolLinwood Holton Elementary SchoolLucille M. Brown Middle SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. Middle SchoolRiver City Middle SchoolThomas C. Boushall Middle SchoolThomas H. Henderson Middle SchoolThomas Jefferson High School      
Homeward Homeward NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End   The Homeless Crisis Line ((804) 972-0813), supported by Homeward, is the only point of entry to the coordinated entry system. The coordinated entry system is the only way to access Continuum of Care resources (such as rapid re-housing, temporary shelter, etc.). Yes No Yes Michael Rogers mrogers@homewardva.org              
MENTOR Virginia MENTOR Virginia SouthsideEast End   We provide training to mentors to improve the quality of mentoring relationships with young people. Trainings include New Mentor Training, Workforce Development Training, E-mentoring, How to Talk about Race and Equity with Mentees, among many others. We also provide no-cost consultation to improve the quality of mentoring programs.   No No Jennifer Boyle jennifer@mentorva.org 3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices ; 3.4 - Relationships ; 3.5 - Student Leaders;4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.8 - Out-of-School Time     Armstrong High SchoolChimborazo Elementary SchoolGeorge W. Carver Elementary SchoolHenry L. Marsh, III Elementary SchoolJohn Marshall High SchoolMiles J. Jones Elementary SchoolOak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary SchoolRichmond Community High SchoolThomas C. Boushall Middle SchoolWoodville Elementary School      
My Brother's Keeeper of Greater Richmond 24 / 7 DAD Fathering Initiative NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End Counseling/Social Emotional Learning 24/7 Dad is the leading evidence-based national fatherhood program and is used by thousands of organizations across the nation to develop pro-fathering knowledge, attitudes, and skills of dads of all races, religions, and demographics.  

The program is built on the basis that fathers can be nurturers, and for men, nurturing is a learned skill.  

Throughout the program, men examine their developmental history, learn the 5 characteristics of a 24/7 Dad, and other important skills such as working with mom and proper child discipline to help them be the best dads they can be.
No Yes No Stephan Hicks mbkgrva@gmail.com 4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.6 - Family academy            
NextUp RVA NextUp RVA NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End AthleticsArtsCounseling/Social Emotional LearningEnglish/Language ArtsHealth/Physical EducationSTEM We would like to continue to organize the afterschool learning programs across all middle schools and to pilot programs at the High School level. 

We'd also like to be the data manager for afterschool programs.
Yes No Yes Jeanine Turner jturner@nextuprva.org 1.1 - Passion4Learning;3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices ; 3.3 - Whole Child Supports ; 3.4 - Relationships ; 3.6 - Joy;4.6 - Family academy ; 4.8 - Out-of-School Time;5.1 -  Modern Systems ; 5.7 -School Operations     Albert Hill Middle SchoolBinford Middle SchoolFranklin Military SchoolLucille M. Brown Middle SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. Middle SchoolRiver City Middle SchoolSouthampton Elementary SchoolThomas C. Boushall Middle SchoolThomas H. Henderson Middle School Wherever the need is greatestAlbert Hill Middle SchoolBinford Middle SchoolFranklin Military SchoolJohn Marshall High SchoolLucille M. Brown Middle SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. Middle SchoolRiver City Middle SchoolThomas C. Boushall Middle SchoolThomas H. Henderson Middle School Wherever the need is greatest After school time (i.e., after normal school hours)Summer programming (i.e., June-August)
Richmond Community of Caring Richmond Community of Caring East End Counseling/Social Emotional Learning Richmond Community of Caring partners with the East End Schools to provide character education programming.  The Community of Caring program components are:  Giving Values Voice, Hands and Feet; Shared Leadership; Creating a Caring Community; Shared Participation with Families, Communities and Students; and Empower Values with Practice and Policy.  Yes Yes No Anne Harris aharris5@rvaschools.net 3.5 - Student Leaders;4.1 - Community Teams     Armstrong High SchoolBellevue Elementary SchoolChimborazo Elementary SchoolFairfield Court Elementary SchoolHenry L. Marsh, III Elementary SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. Middle SchoolOverby-Sheppard Elementary SchoolWoodville Elementary School      
Richmond Performing Arts Alliance Greater Richmond Wolf Trap NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End Arts Greater Richmond Wolf Trap embraces active learning with children and educators through high-quality professional development. We start by training professional performing artists in early childhood development and curriculum. Our Teaching Artists then work with teachers in their classrooms—sharing arts integration strategies, developing lesson plans, and interacting with children.   Yes Yes Jennifer Maddux jmaddux@rpaalliance.com 1.1 - Passion4Learning ; 1.2 - Literacy ; 1.3 - Curriculum ; 1.8 - Early Childhood;2.4 - Professional Development;3.7 - Classroom Management     Albert Hill Middle SchoolG.H. Reid Elementary SchoolJ.B. Fisher Elementary SchoolJ.H. Blackwell PreschoolLucille M. Brown Middle SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. PreschoolOak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary SchoolOpen High SchoolOverby-Sheppard Elementary SchoolRichmond Community High SchoolThomas C. Boushall Middle SchoolThomas H. Henderson Middle SchoolWoodville Elementary School      
STAY RVA STAY RVA NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End   We want to help support and amplify the Lit Limo by making it a celebration point each week for students, we will have free resources and snacks available for families and kids. No Yes Yes Kimberly Gomez info@stayrva.org 2.5 - Equity and Inclusion ; 2.7 - Celebration;3.3 - Whole Child Supports ; 3.4 - Relationships ; 3.6 - Joy;4.1 - Community Teams     Broad Rock Elementary SchoolChimborazo Elementary SchoolGeorge W. Carver Elementary SchoolGinter Park Elementary SchoolJ.B. Fisher Elementary SchoolJohn B. Cary Elementary SchoolSouthampton Elementary SchoolWestover Hills Elementary SchoolWoodville Elementary School Wherever the need is greatest Wherever the need is greatest After school time (i.e., after normal school hours)
The Build Forward Foundation The Build Forward Foundation NorthsideWest End ArtsMathematicsScienceSTEM The intent is to develop a free “safe space” classroom where 7-12th grade students can access technology and mentors for free during normal classroom hours, after school, and weekends. To provide additional "anytime" access, the classroom amenities will allow virtual classes to be recorded. Finally, beyond the classroom, our facility provides numerous CTE opportunities for teachers of all grades and disciplines.   No No Dr. Bruce Davies docdavies2005@gmail.com 2.4 - Professional Development;4.8 - Out-of-School Time       Albert Hill Middle School 789101112 During school time (i.e.,when classes are in session)After school time (i.e., after normal school hours)Summer programming (i.e., June-August)
The Literacy Lab The Leading Men Fellowship Southside Early Childhood Education The Leading Men Fellowship mobilizes young RPS high school graduates who would otherwise not have enrolled in formal degree programs, continuing education, or further training opportunities after high school and trains and empowers these young men to help address the low rates of early literacy proficiency in the same school system by serving as paid literacy tutors.   No No Ebane Ward eward@theliteracylab.org 1.2 - Literacy ; 1.4 - Equity;2.2 - Diverse Teachers ; 2.5 - Equity and Inclusion ; 2.6 - University Partnerships;3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices ; 3.3 - Whole Child Supports ; 3.4 - Relationships     Oak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary SchoolPatrick Henry School of Science and Arts Oak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary School PK During school time (i.e.,when classes are in session)
The Market @ 25th The Market @ 25th East End   Our focus is to serve our community, partnering with other East End Organizations to promote equity in food access, reduction to the elimination of racial injustices, and providing a safe, healthy environment that is welcoming to all, no matter their age, diversity, gender, or income. No Yes Yes Otis Byrd otis@tmat25.com 4.1 - Community Teams ; 4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.7 - Richmond History            
The Science Museum of Virginia The Science Museum of Virginia NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End ScienceSTEM Through experiential exhibits, awesome artifacts, interactive technologies, innovative programs, dynamic films, impressive live animals and interesting lab demos, the Science Museum of Virginia inspires hundreds of thousands of guests each year to enrich their lives through science. The Museum is a catalyst for inspiration, a place that sparks curiosity, encourages discovery and generates ideas in science, technology, engineering and math.

No No Yes Timshel Purdum tpurdum@smv.org 1.1 - Passion4Learning;4.8 - Out-of-School Time     Armstrong High SchoolBroad Rock Elementary SchoolCardinal Elementary SchoolChimborazo Elementary SchoolElizabeth D. Redd Elementary SchoolFairfield Court Elementary SchoolG.H. Reid Elementary SchoolGinter Park Elementary SchoolJ.B. Fisher Elementary SchoolJ.L. Francis Elementary SchoolLinwood Holton Elementary SchoolLucille M. Brown Middle SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. Middle SchoolOverby-Sheppard Elementary School      
Virginia Commonwealth University Mary and Frances Youth Center NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End   Lobs & Lessons is a youth enrichment program that strengthens life skills, promotes academics, and creates a path to higher education through the sport of tennis.

Our six Core Values are: getting along with others, regulating emotion, being coachable, practicing healthy habits, learning the sport of tennis, and promoting college and career exploration

We accomplish this through our Impact Statements:

1) Provide civic engagement and career discovery opportunities for VCU students.
2) Explore and promote career and college pathways with youth.
3)Develop/Build a tennis pipeline for youth, families and community members.
4) Cultivate/Develop/Build social emotional learning skills in staff and youth.
No No No Tina Carter cccarter@vcu.edu 4.1 - Community Teams ; 4.5 - Customer Service     Albert Hill Middle SchoolBinford Middle SchoolFranklin Military SchoolLucille M. Brown Middle SchoolMartin Luther King, Jr. Middle SchoolRiver City Middle SchoolThomas C. Boushall Middle SchoolThomas H. Henderson Middle School Wherever the need is greatest 12345678 After school time (i.e., after normal school hours)
Virginia Commonwealth University Office of Strategic Engagement-VCU School of Education Northside Counseling/Social Emotional Learning Please see the attached document outlining the programs and services of our office. Yes Yes Yes Joshua Cole colejp@vcu.edu 1.4 - Equity;2.2 - Diverse Teachers ; 2.4 - Professional Development ; 2.5 - Equity and Inclusion ; 2.6 - University Partnerships;3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices ; 3.2 - Restorative Justice ; 3.3 - Whole Child Supports ; 3.4 - Relationships ; 3.5 - Student Leaders ; 3.6 - Joy ; 3.7 - Classroom Management ; 3.8 - School Justice Collaborative;4.1 - Community Teams ; 4.6 - Family academy ; 4.7 - Richmond History ; 4.8 - Out-of-School Time;5.1 -  Modern Systems ; 5.4 - Equitable Funding ; 5.7 -School Operations     Woodville Elementary School      
Virginia Literacy Foundation, Excellence in Children's Early Language and Literacy (ExCELL) VLF, ExCELL NorthsideSouthside English/Language ArtsESL/ELLEarly Childhood Education ExCELL would like to offer professional development and coaching supports for evidenced-based language and literacy instruction for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade educators. ExCELL would also like to offer family engagement supports focused on children's early learning and development to promote improved literacy outcomes by third grade. Finally, ExCELL would like to offer a summer transition to kindergarten program, Ocean Adventures, to better prepare and bridge children and families from preschool to elementary school. No Yes Yes Cynthia Hutchinson cwhutchinson@vcu.edu 1.1 - Passion4Learning ; 1.2 - Literacy ; 1.3 - Curriculum ; 1.6 - English Language Learners ; 1.8 - Early Childhood;2.4 - Professional Development ; 2.5 - Equity and Inclusion;3.1 - Trauma Informed Practices ; 3.3 - Whole Child Supports ; 3.4 - Relationships ; 3.6 - Joy ; 3.7 - Classroom Management;4.3 - Welcome Center ; 4.4 - Mentorship ; 4.6 - Family academy     Cardinal Elementary SchoolG.H. Reid Elementary SchoolGeorge W. Carver Elementary SchoolSummer Hill Preschool      
Virginia Union University Mentoring/ Virginia Union University NorthsideSouthsideEast EndWest End   VUU will create 
equity and opportunity for marginalized 
and underrepresented communities 
through education by creating a pipeline 
for cultivating and mentoring the next 
generation of social justice workers and 
advocates, for middle and high school students.
The program is designed to assist with increasing graduation rates and decreasing truancy.
No Yes No Jessica GIlbert jmgilbert@vuu.edu 4.4 - Mentorship     Thomas Jefferson High School      

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